This is just in barely half a month of July, when local elections take place. Imagine the chaotic fall-out in the actual election night.
Those who use mail-in voting for the first time — especially young, Black and Latino voters — are more likely to have their ballots rejected because of errors, said Charles Stewart, a political scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who studies election administration.
''That’s the sort of thing that makes me wary about what’s going to happen in November when we get an even larger influx of people who haven’t voted, or haven’t voted by mail in the past," he says.
From the 2nd (from the top down) NPR source: